Kathmandu: The meeting of the top leaders of the Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) to discuss the formation of an alternative government has ended without any conclusion.
In the meeting held at the party office in Balkumari, various options of forming an alternative government were discussed, Chairman of the Federal Council Dr. Baburam Bhattarai informed. Stating that it is natural for the democratic party to have different views, he informed that a unified view will be decided by tomorrow.
“Our party has different views, not two camps. This is natural in a democratic party, ‘he said.’ Tomorrow is the last time to submit a demand for the formation of an alternative government as per Article 76 (2) of the Constitution. That is why we have had informal talks at the top level of the party. We will continue to discuss and try to come up with a unified idea by tomorrow.’
After Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli failed to get a vote of confidence, the three-day deadline given to political parties by President Bidya Devi Bhandari to form a government in accordance with Article 76, Clause 2 of the Constitution expires on Thursday.